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January 14, 2009

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A Practice Care Coordinator improve patient satisfication and save a lot of time for the dentist so that he/she can focus on clinical treatment. I have one in my office and it makes the office run much more smoothly.

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I adore every information you have here. Glad you've shared this. Thanks! :)

Linda Zdanowicz

Thanks, I'm glad you're finding it helpful.

dave mathew

hi that was very helpful. Do you by any chance have a sample of how to present a treatment plan, after gathering the informations.

Linda Zdanowicz

Hi Dave, I'm going to write a post that addresses this.
Thanks, Linda

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Thanks for discussing more of PPC here. This is truly inspiring!

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